WELCOME to Wrexham returned to Disney+ as the third season of the popular docu-series premiered in the UK. 

The award-winning documentary covering the highs and lows of Wrexham AFC under the ownership of Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney returned to screens in the UK on Friday (May 3). 

Unlike the first two seasons where there have been up to 18 episodes, the third season only features eight episodes, but they are each an hour or so long. 

READ MORE: 5 things we learnt from Welcome to Wrexham season 3, episode 1

The first two episodes 'Welcome to the EFL' and 'Goals' have premiered and here's five things we learnt from episode two. 

1. New face - In episode two we meet Oliver Stephen, a photographer from the Wrexham community who shares his story about what Wrexham and the football club means to him. Could there be more new faces throughout season three?

2. Half-time frustrations - During the Swindon town game, Reds fans get a glimpse into the changing rooms and the heated conversations that go on in there. With Wrexham 4-1 down at half time, Elliot Lee and Phil Parkinson are two of a few to make their feelings well known. 


3. Bye Bye Ben - Ben Foster's shock retirement features in episode two. The veteran keeper announced his retirement just a few games into the new season, much to the shock of Ryan, Rob and all the Wrexham fans.

4. Mullin's return - Episode two gives fans a glimpse into Paul Mullin's rehab from his punctured lung suffered during pre-season. Viewers get to see how desperate the striker was to return from injury, perhaps against the wishes of staff at the club. 

5 New signings - Fans and viewers get to meet some of the Reds new signings including James McClean and Steven Fletcher during episode two.